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We are living in the 21st century- the age of cooperation and integration. Interactions among people is incontrovertibly important, therefore, requiring the young to freely support others should be encouraged. Meanwhile, some people are still doubt about its benefits. I will approach this issue with several justifications as below.
Unpaid jobs, for example: voluntary teachers, enviromental activists,... contribute considerably to the overall development of the community. Each person is a nuclear cell of which the society is composed, and individual endeavors are accumulated to better it. Every year, there are groups of boy scouts who make for remote areas to present children with books, clothes and toys. They do that without monetary rewards, but in the hope for spurring children’s appetite for knowledge. Young philanthropists demonstrate their panache by raising funds and distributing them to those in need.
Moreover, by taking part in activities for social benefits, people gain more knowledge and perfect their personalities. As a saying goes: “travelling forms a young man”, the father we go, the more acquisition we have. We get access to the real life, rather than spend time reading books which emerge as sources of theory. Sense of communial responsibility is cultivated with respect to the populace.
Forcing youngsters to do unpaid jobs, nevertheless, is not feasible. Their own right of free choice, whether to participate in these work or not, should be seriously respected. If this right is illegally invased, a strong wave of indignation will explore. More importantly, obligated participants are not as enthusiastic as the voluntary ones, resulting in the decreasing working efficiency.
In short, I believe that the young should be let spontaneously receive the commissions to build up the community, not be obligated.